NEW ORLEANS, LA - APRIL 09: Kelly Faris #34 of the Connecticut Huskies hugs former Huskie Maya Moore after the Huskies defeated the Louisville Cardinals during the 2013 NCAA Women's Final Four Championship at New Orleans Arena on April 9, 2013 in New Orleans, Louisiana.
She can score a lot of points for us ... She’s strong, she’s quick. There is nobody like her on the team. With the ball in her hand, she’s so fast. And strong? She moves almost like a running back. She has learned to control it. That creates fouls. She will be one of our leaders in free throws.
It's unbelievable to see her come back and get out here and not to play with fear. I'm really happy she has this opportunityMore quotes »
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at times struggling) freshman Breanna Stewart. [+] Enlarge Juan Ocampo/NBAE/Getty Images After winning the 2011 WNBA title, Maya Moore and Minnesota fell in the 2012 Finals to Indiana. Meanwhile, while the memory of Moore was used to inspire Stewart, the real from ESPN Read more »
Maya Moore and her mother have special bond
Moore of the Lynx is telling the story about the day she taught her mom, Kathryn, how to block her shot. They are laughing, they are smiling. You get a sense of the depth of their relationship by the lightness of the banter, the easy way they finish each other’s from Minneapolis Star Tribune Read more »
Fit, motivated Augustus rejoins Lynx, hopefully for title run
Seimone Augustus. While much of the WNBA rested during the monthlong Olympic break, Augustus and teammates Lindsay Whalen and Maya Moore kept going nonstop, helping Team USA to a gold medal in London. By the time the WNBA Finals came in October, the frenetic from Minneapolis Star Tribune Read more »
Moore rallies troops as Lynx open training camp
it’s because Maya Moore, entering her third season, is ready to up the ante as a vocal leader for the Lynx. Maybe she felt it was up to her, with Lindsay Whalen home sick and Seimone Augustus and Rebekkah Brunson not yet here. In any event, Moore wanted to from Minneapolis Star Tribune Read more »
UConn Women: Kelly Faris caps off UConn career in style
the first people to greet Faris in the locker room after she returned from the post-game press conference was former teammate Maya Moore. Moore vividly recalls how distraught Faris was after the 2011 national semifinal loss to Notre Dame not because of her from Foothills Media Group Read more »